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Chef Mireille
Works at The Schizo Chef
Attended Hunter College
Lives in Brooklyn, NY
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a simple pop perfect for the summer!
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Try this Watermelon Salsa to beat the summer heat #salsa   #recipesandfood  
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Don't miss this exploration into Mumbai's #streetfood  scene #TravelTuesday  
Today #TravelTuesday is going to Mumbai, the melting pot cultural capital of India. Unlike here in the US, the options for Vegetarian street food is endless.
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I created these using Thai flavors, but with Ricotta cheese gives it a creamy luxurious interior texture 
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With Midwest inspiration...they sure do love their fried foods :)
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Bella Chef...
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Today's #TravelTuesday is going to focus on the Indian community of Trinidad.
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I switched to Wordpress just a month ago and there are so many plug ins available. Just wanted feedback on what WP experts think are the best SEO plug ins. I currently have All in One Seo and use Sumo Me (came highly recommended from SEO "expert") for social sharing, etc. however I was just reading that Yoast is highly recommended and wondering if I should switch from All in One to Yoast. Then others say Jetpack is the best...a bit overwhelemed

Please help this Wordpress newbie!!!!
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Another vote for Yoast!
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these look scrumptious via +Karen Kerr 
These muesli rolls are full of lots of good things, such as oats, walnuts, flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, and dried fruit. But the best thing is.... ....I'm baking these rolls as a Babe. "What does that mean?" you ask. That mean...
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Thanks so much +Chef Mireille 
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I have  HUGE amount of leftover Thai Basil from a class and I don't want it to go to waste. Anybody have any recipes posted I could try that requires more than just a few leaves? Maybe a sambol?
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Thanks - just concerned the anise flavor of Thai basil might be overwhelming in a pesto
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have just one of these Peruvian stuffed potatoes and you won't be able to resist more!!! #appetizer   #teatime   #snackrecipes  
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Best Places to Travel in The World (when the US Dollar is strong...)
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The US Dollar is stronger than it's been in a long time, so it's time to start jet-setting! Russia, Canada, South Africa, and Argentina are among the must-see places to visit. See what the experts advise and start planning your next trip!
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Tough call Chef....Jo pensar....ahh..
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I know +Larry Fournillier is the expert on Trinidad, but here's just a little about it from my last visit I hope you'll enjoy the read! http://www.theschizochef.com/2015/06/traveltuesday-issue-7-indian-culture-in-trinidad/
Today's #TravelTuesday is going to focus on the Indian community of Trinidad.
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A favorite stop-off location for many, The North Coast Look-out.  Great photo +Chef Mireille!! 
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Occupation
Personal Chef, Chef Instructor, Recipe Developer, Food & Travel Journalist, Catering, Menu Consultant
Skills
Cooking, Writing, Catering, Chef Instructor, Cooking Classes
Employment
  • The Schizo Chef
    Personal Chef/Caterer/Chef Instructor, 2004 - present
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Brooklyn, NY
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1-347-419-3206
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Lover of International Food
Introduction
Freelance personal chef/caterer/chef instructor/recipe developer and food blogger at http://www.theschizochef.com
Bragging rights
especially skilled in Indian and Caribbean cuisine but I pretty much cook any cuisine!
Education
  • Hunter College
    Media Communications/Theater, 1995
  • AiNYC
    Culinary Arts/Restaurant Management, 2002 - 2004
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Female
He has a great demeanor puts you at ease and makes your comfortable with the camera. Reasonable rates and excellent customer service. Quick turnaround on re-touched photos.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
This is the best supermarket in the NYC for Latin American food products - every type of Peruvian pepper paste you can imagine. A large variety of cremas and cheeses from all over Latin America including Ecuadorian Cayembe, my fave. Dried blue corn for making Peruvian Chica Morado or Mazamorra, plantain flour, plantain leaves, lucuma, blue corn tortillas. large selection of dried and fresh chiles and a great produce section. Gallina - hard fowl and the list goes on. Any ingredient you need for Latin cooking can be found here
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
the phone number is not in service. they may no longer be in business
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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This restaurant is the kind of place you want to come back to again and again. With a small bar and only about 28 seats, it has a neighborhood feel to it. If I lived in the area, it's definitely a place I would stop by on my way home from work for a quick beer and pleasant conversation with locals. The food is amazing. Portion size is perfect. Ample, but not oversized like many American eating establishments. Traditional Columbian food - the shrimp ceviche is definitely a must and they have a wide selection of South and Central American beers - Tona, a Nicaraguan lager was so refreshing on a hot summer day. It's bright and crisp, with no bitterness at all. Of course, being a Columbian restaurant, they also have lots of coffee based drinks and to end your meal, the tres leches cake is perfect - not too sweet and not too wet, it's the best version I've ever had.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago